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Mathematics
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54
Citations
10,264
118
World Ranking
622
National Ranking
325

2013 - Fellow of the American Mathematical Society

1982 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

- Pure mathematics
- Geometry
- Algebra

His primary scientific interests are in Heterotic string theory, Pure mathematics, Theoretical physics, Vector bundle and Moduli space. His Heterotic string theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Moduli, Compactification, Holomorphic function, Supersymmetry and Gauge group. His Algebra research extends to Pure mathematics, which is thematically connected.

His work in Theoretical physics addresses issues such as Group, which are connected to fields such as Cover and Section. His work on Principal bundle as part of general Vector bundle study is frequently connected to Holomorphic vector bundle, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Moduli space research incorporates elements of Brane cosmology, Quotient, Orbifold, Higgs field and Nilpotent.

- Supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory and integrable systems (721 citations)
- Supersymmetric Yang-Mills Systems And Integrable Systems (501 citations)
- Model building with $F$-theory (328 citations)

His primary areas of investigation include Pure mathematics, Heterotic string theory, Moduli space, Theoretical physics and Holomorphic function. His Pure mathematics study often links to related topics such as Algebra. The various areas that Ron Donagi examines in his Heterotic string theory study include Compactification, Vector bundle, Gauge group and Moduli.

His study in Vector bundle is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hitchin system, Fiber bundle and Fibered knot. The study incorporates disciplines such as Structure and Mathematical analysis, Line bundle, Riemann surface in addition to Moduli space. The Theoretical physics study combines topics in areas such as M-theory and Hidden sector.

- Pure mathematics (50.59%)
- Heterotic string theory (32.35%)
- Moduli space (26.47%)

- Pure mathematics (50.59%)
- Moduli space (26.47%)
- Cohomology (12.35%)

Ron Donagi mostly deals with Pure mathematics, Moduli space, Cohomology, Riemann surface and F-theory. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Generalization, Torus and Character. His Moduli space research includes themes of Space, Structure, Tangent and Line bundle.

He works mostly in the field of Cohomology, limiting it down to topics relating to String and, in certain cases, Symplectic geometry. F-theory is a subfield of Theoretical physics that Ron Donagi explores. His Theoretical physics research integrates issues from Particle physics and Higgs boson.

- Higgs Bundles and UV Completion in F-Theory (177 citations)
- F-theory vacua with Z3 gauge symmetry (90 citations)
- Supermoduli Space Is Not Projected (78 citations)

- Geometry
- Algebra
- Pure mathematics

His primary areas of study are Moduli space, Pure mathematics, F-theory, Theoretical physics and Space. His research integrates issues of Intersection, Monodromy and Limit in his study of Moduli space. His research in Pure mathematics intersects with topics in Structure and Conic section.

The F-theory portion of his research involves studies in Particle physics and Heterotic string theory. His study brings together the fields of Group and Theoretical physics. The Space study combines topics in areas such as Superstring theory, Perturbation theory, Genus, Mathematical physics and Riemann surface.

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Supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory and integrable systems

Ron Donagi;Edward Witten.

Nuclear Physics **(1996)**

1162 Citations

Supersymmetric Yang-Mills Systems And Integrable Systems

Ron Donagi;Edward Witten.

arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory **(1995)**

801 Citations

Model building with $F$-theory

Ron Donagi;Martijn Wijnholt.

Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics **(2011)**

627 Citations

Breaking GUT groups in $F$-theory

Ron Donagi;Martijn Wijnholt.

Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics **(2011)**

412 Citations

An SU(5) heterotic standard model

Vincent Bouchard;Ron Donagi.

Physics Letters B **(2006)**

331 Citations

Spectral covers, algebraically completely integrable, hamiltonian systems, and moduli of bundles

Ron Donagi;Eyal Markman.

arXiv: Algebraic Geometry **(1996)**

267 Citations

Higgs Bundles and UV Completion in F-Theory

Ron Donagi;Martijn Wijnholt.

Communications in Mathematical Physics **(2014)**

260 Citations

Holomorphic vector bundles and non-perturbative vacua in M-theory

Ron Donagi;André Lukas;Burt A. Ovrut;Daniel Waldram.

Journal of High Energy Physics **(1999)**

213 Citations

Principal bundles on elliptic fibrations

Ron Y. Donagi.

Asian Journal of Mathematics **(1997)**

208 Citations

Standard-model bundles

Ron Donagi;Burt A. Ovrut;Dan Waldram;Tony Pantev.

Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics **(2001)**

197 Citations

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